When I think pussy-bow blouses prim and proper 70s chic comes to mind, and if I’m honest a little fussy and out-dated, well the style has been reinvented for autumn/winter 2015. It’s no longer just reserved for ladylike looks it has more of a bohemian vibe and was seen on the catwalks at Gucci, Mother of Pearl, Chloé, Emilio Pucci, Bottega Veneta and Haider Ackermann. When I say reinvention, I don’t mean the style, the blouses are still rocking beautiful neck-ties, but the way in which they are being styled makes them fresh and modern. The boho vibe has seen
There is something special about Cannes, maybe even more so than the Oscars, and that’s because everyone gracing the red carpet really does go big, always glamorous, and most importantly very over-the-top. The film festival really does deliver great red carpet magic for nearly 2-weeks, it is pure bliss for someone like me who is obsessed by gorgeous gowns, and the opening day really did set a high standard. As always Cannes attracts all the top actresses, some of my favourite Diane Kruger moments have been in this French Riviera town, I still get goosebumps when I look at this Jason Wu Barbie
So the award season is certainly in full swing, which I am loving, first up was the Golden Globes that was semi-disappointing this year, but thankfully this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards really did make up for some of the boring looks from last Sunday, I am talking about you Emily Blunt!!! I know I normally do individual red carpet posts, but as I am late on this as I was actually travelling when the awards were taking place, I thought I would just share my five favourite looks, and trust me they are all beautiful. First up we have Angelina
Who: Naomi Watts Where: At the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California Wearing: A chartreuse yellow silk strapless column Gucci gown with a draped bodice and crystal-detailed belt teamed with a statement Bulgari snake necklace Verdict: It seems that Naomi Watts always gets it right for award season and this bold canary yellow gown is gorgeous and looks stunning on her. What I love about this gown, other than the fab colour, which was one of the trends of the night, has to be the vintage vibe of the strapless dress with the ruched
It has been a while since I have actually posted something on my blog that hasn’t had something to do with my wedding, sorry about that but I hope you understand that it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I just had to share. So, before I bombard you with photographs from my UK celebrations that fingers crossed you all want to see, I thought I would showcase this amazing editorial from the latest issue of Vogue Paris with real-life designer Barbie dolls.